BSKi - Live from Rockwood Music Hall

December 10th, 2020 8pm   Stage 2

Live From Rockwood Music Hall shows take place from Stage 2 at Rockwood Music Hall, with 100% of the audience viewing from the comfort of their own home.

Other than the digital nature of this event, treat it as any other concert! These livestreams will be presented with 1080p HD multi-camera video, and soundboard-quality audio piped directly into your speakers (or headphones).

Upon purchasing a ticket, you will receive an email confirmation and access to the stream on this website.

Can’t make the live show? No problem! The purchaser-specific ticket link will give you access to the live stream, AND allow you to watch the show at your own pace up to 48 hours from the end of the show!

Tickets are $15 – please note the flexible pricing, and tipping options for venue and/or artist(s) within the stream.

Thank you for your continued support!


“Meet new school old school crooner BSKi, (pronounced “bee-skee”) with a touch Jamiroquai and neo-soul, it’s the pure poetry he’s writing that takes his sound to another level…”

Brian Collazo, also known as BSKi, is a singer and songwriter based in Queens, NY. The first generation “Nuyorican” grew up in a musical family, influenced by everything from the sounds of ‘90s R&B and Hip Hop, to the classic bolero music his father would sing & play around the house.

This musical upbringing led to a career as a highly sought after session singer and live vocalist in New York, working with the likes of the Roots, Shawn Mendes, Lorde, Lisa Lisa and many others.

His own music blends R&B, Funk & Hip-Hop with afro-latin rhythms in a style he half-jokingly refers to as “sancochofunk” (sancocho=stew or gumbo); infusing an often tongue-in-cheek lyrical approach with a highly percussive and magnetic stage show. More experiential than merely musical, these vibes are crafted to make you move something.

BSKi’s latest single “Get on the Floor” is a collaboration with long-time musical partner Greg Mayo and pairs lush Janet Jackson-esque harmonies with Puerto Rican plena rhythms and a New York club aesthetic. Like he said, sancochofunk. ;)